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The Commander is aimed more at European riders while the LT is for the American market. Essentially a naked version of the Thunderbird LT, the Commander is a hoot to ride. Thumping along, booting the heel-toe between third or fourth, merely stroking the reassuring brakes, it doesn%X92t get much better. The lack of screen, panniers etc make the Commander lighter...
Triumph is keen to emphasise the Thunderbird-based %X91bagger%X92 LT is much more than AN Other Road King clone. In fact, so much has been changed it%X92s effecfively an all-new bike. The result is %X91As American as apple pie%X92. Big, chunky levers, bar grips and switchgear are textbook US cruiser, as is stomping through the heel-toe gearchange. In fact, in virtually...
It would be easy to be cynical about Triumph%X92s new Thunderbird Storm. Its route of taking an existing cruiser model and spinning off a pared down, mean and moody, all-black, %X91hot rod%X92-styled variant is, after all, a well-trodden one. Riding it, however, reveals the new Storm to be pleasingly more than just AN Other fashion victim. Aside from predictable black...
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